Church of Our Lady Victorious and the Infant Jesus of Prague

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The Church of Our Lady Victorious has a wooden statue of The Infant Jesus. It was curved around 1340 and found its way to Prague more than 100 years later. Its origin is unknown, but it’s believed to been originally belonged to Saint Teresa of Ávila). The statue plays a significant role in Prague and the Roman Catholic Church.
Either you’re a believer or not, the church has beautiful decor and is worth visiting. Climbing upstairs, you’ll find a small museum, which houses various Infant Jesus of Prague’s garments.


Czechia (Czech Republic)

Approx. Duration

Less than an hour

Accessibility Level

Accessibility Level – Low

Min. Price






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Church of Our Lady Victorious and The Infant Jesus of Prague, Malá Strana, Prague 1, Czechia

Estimated Duration

Less than an hour

Spoken Languages

Czech (official) and English



Local Currency

Czech koruna – CZK (Kč)

Recommended Age Groups

Teens, Adults, Seniors



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